Formating a symbol throughout existing workbook.

Croppin

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Jun 14, 2005
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I have a registered trademark symbol used throughout a multi-sheet workbook. It is not formatted as a superscript.

Is there an easy way to reformat just that particular symbol usage throughout the workbook? Or will I have to go and update each one individually?

I cannot get the trademark symbol to appear in the the replace dialogue box.
 

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Damon Ostrander

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Feb 17, 2002
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Hi Croppin,

It is not clear from your posting which font you are getting the symbol from and whether the reformatting you refer to is to superscript the symbol, or to change the font (because, for example, the ® symbol does exist in the Symbols font)

If it is the latter case, I suggest you just use the Unicode ® symbol from the Arial font. In fact, you can simply copy it directly from this text and use in the replace dialog box you mentioned since it is from this font that you are presumably using for the rest of the text in the cells.

Damon
 

dcardno

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Joined
Nov 20, 2002
Messages
544
Office Version
  1. 2013
Platform
  1. Windows
Try:
Code:
Sub SupAllR()

Dim rgFound    As Range
Dim rgLook     As Range
Dim rgLast     As Range

Set rgFound = Cells.Find(what:=Chr(174), after:=[a1], LookIn:=xlFormulas, LookAt:= _
                         xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, _
MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False)

Set rgLook = rgFound
Set rgLast = rgFound
Do
    If Cells.FindNext(rgLast) = rgLook Then Exit Do
    Set rgFound = Union(rgFound, Cells.FindNext(rgLast))
    Set rgLast = Cells.FindNext(rgLast)
Loop

Call SuperScript(rgFound)
End Sub

Sub SuperScript(rgOp As Range)

Dim cll        As Range
Dim i          As Integer

For Each cll In rgOp
    i = InStr(1, cll, Chr(174))
    cll.Characters(Start:=i, Length:=1).Font.SuperScript = True
Next cll

End Sub

This assumes that you are using the ®-symbol - ASCII 174. If not, you will have to make the appropriate substitutions. The routine will crash if there are no cells with the symbol it is looking for
 

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